At least twice per semester the Center sponsors a full-day conference on various topics of Renaissance study. Most conferences are free, and all are open to the public.
Graduate Student Conference
Graduate students from around the country (and the world) present papers on Renaissance Studies topics.
Free; pre-registration required
Papers and demonstrations on medieval and Renaissance swordsmanship.
Free; pre-registration requested
History of the Book Symposium
Papers and discussion on the study of books as physical objects and the history of different books and manuscripts.
Fee; pre-registration required
SPECIAL TOPIC CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
These conferences vary from year to year. Samples of past conference topics include Shakespeare and Dance (Fall 2008); Suspected Shakespeares (Spring 2008), John Calvin (Fall 2009); Renaissance Art (Fall 2010); The Spanish Golden Age (Spring 2010), Renaissance Gardens (Spring 2011); Animals in the Renaissance (Fall 2011); The King James Bible (Spring 2012); and Early New England (Fall 2012)